State Officials Still Seeing Red In Current Fiscal yearThe state deficit for the fiscal year ending June 30th is projected to be 260 million dollars
State House Approves Budget8 Democrats joined Republicans opposition
State Senate Approves BudgetHouse of Representatives plans a budget vote Friday
Connecticut Senate To Vote On Democratic BudgetConnecticut state senators are returning to the Capitol for a special legislative session to vote on a revised budget for the new fiscal year that tackles a projected $960 million deficit.
More Judicial Branch LayoffsAn additional 113 notices are going out
No Budget Vote Before AdjournmentLawmakers would have to return for a special session
Budget Negotiations ContinueDemocratic leaders still optimistic vote can be held prior to Wednesday night adjournment
Governor Offers Possible Budget CompromiseProposal rolls back millions in funding for the governor's transportation initiative
Connecticut's Red Ink Continues To FlowDeficit projections for this and next fiscal year grow
Legislative Republicans Propose Deficit Mitigation PlanGOP says their proposal covers the entire projected 922 million dollar deficit in fiscal 2017
Connecticut Lawmakers Hope To Vote On Budget In Coming DaysDemocratic legislative leaders are hoping to vote in the coming days on a revised Connecticut budget for next fiscal year, which is about $922 million in deficit.
Budget Ax Falls On More State EmployeesUConn Health workers the latest to receive layoff notices

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